Book your table now at these Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants winners

This year’s Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list is out! Surprise, surprise, modern Indian restaurant Gaggan took the number one spot for the fourth year running (congratulations Gaggan Anand and Rydo Anton). But if you’re looking for a slightly less predictable destination meal worth the miles and the calories, these are the reservations you need to make.

Toyo Eatery, Manila, Philippines
Winner of Miele One to Watch Award, Asia 2018

Toyo Eatery’s Tamban dish of malunggay leaf, young corn and Sichuan buttons

Led by chef Jordy Navarra (who trained at The Fat Duck), Toyo Eatery champions traditional Filipino cuisine – with a major, modern twist, of course. Dishes are inspired by Filipino street food, nursery rhymes, traditions and produce. Try the three-cut pork BBQ silog while sharing a communal table in a restaurant that is the very definition of a modern eatery – exciting, inventive, and never stuffy.

Find it here: The Alley at Karrivin, 2316 Pasong Tamo Extension, Makati City, Philippines. +(63) 917 720 8630

Read also: 10 amazing restaurants in the Philippines

Paste, Bangkok, Thailand
Chef Bee Satongun is the winner of elit® Vodka Asia’s Best Female Chef 2018

Fresh blue sea crab with smoky yellow southern Thai curry, black pepper and sea asparagus

Chef Bee Satongun has been working in restaurants all her life, from helping out in her mother’s restaurant at the age of five to opening her own, Paste, in first Bangkok’s trendy Thong Lor district and then Gaysorn. At Paste, Chef Satongun reinvents classic Thai dishes, drawing inspiration from her own family cookbooks. Her smoky yellow southern Thai curry is a must try, and all the dishes are as beautiful as they are delicious.

Find it here: 3rd Floor, Gaysorn, 999 Ploenchit Rd., Lumpini, Bangkok, Thailand. +(66) 2 656 1003

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Caprice, Hong Kong
Pastry chef Nicolas Lambert is the winner of Asia’s Best Pastry Chef 2018, sponsored by Valrhona

Caprice’s A Composition of Raspberry Delicacies

Pastry chef Nicolas Lambert is used to winning awards. He was the youngest chef to ever win the Festival National des Croquembouches competition, and he won the artisanal chocolate competition Trophée Pascal Caffet with a 30kg chocolate cowboy, as you do. At Hong Kong’s Caprice, Chef Lambert creates architectural, visually stunning desserts like the Composition of Raspberry Delicacies (pictured).

Find it here: Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong. +(852) 3196-8888

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Emma Chong Johnston

Emma is a new mum, compulsive shopper and cityslicker through and through. Perfect holiday: shops, sunshine and gelato (and maybe a babysitter).

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